General Aviation's Urban Airport Capacity Problemby Walter E. Gillfillan, (M.ASCE), Study Dir; Bay Area Study of Aviation Requirements, Oakland, CA,
Serial Information: Transportation Engineering Journal of ASCE, 1970, Vol. 96, Issue 1, Pg. 79-85
Document Type: Journal Paper
Increasing growth in general aviation traffic in urban areas presents a future airport facilities problem. If urban land remains scarce, maximum use will have to be made of existing facilities. A unique characteristic of peak hour general aviation traffic is illustrated. A possible modification of this characteristic is described together with its ability to relieve peak hour congestion and more efficiently utilize existing general aviation airports in urban areas.
Subject Headings: Airports and airfields | Urban areas | Traffic management | Existing buildings
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